The Field Hospital: A New Jersey diocese responded to tragedy with a movement to serve those with developmental disabilities, which evolved into a large service organization.
Commentary: To be one family, all should work to learn about each other. This is the solution to returning disaffected youth to the mainstream.
NCR Today: I frequently blog about military boondoggles so it is gratifying to see members of Congress making points about waste within U.S. Cabinet departments.
The Field Hospital: Pastors discuss Brussels attacks in Easter homilies; Tampa church heals after theft, former pastor's suicide; New pastor tells LGBT group to leave Ind. parish
Book Review: Arguably the unspoken leitmotif of James H. Cone's The Cross and the Lynching Tree is: Black lives matter.
The release of human rights activist Nestora Salgado Garcia after more than two-and-a-half years of incarceration in Mexico will be marked by a March 26 rally.
At the Intersection: While being single makes a woman a part of "the most potent political force in America" today, unmarried status gives her nothing in Christianity.
NCR Today: As Obama's presidency is in its final year, his foreign policy strategy has become apparent; he is a sober realist.
Editorial: The world community must act to solve the horrific crisis in Syria.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said that atrocities carried out by the Islamic State group against Yezidis, Christians and other minorities were genocide.